If a game is simply cancelled — taken off the schedule entirely — you get a refund.
In related news, Major League Baseball is currently treating games that haven’t been played due to the COVID-19 pandemic as “postponements” rather than “cancellations.”
Because of that, teams have been allowed teams to keep the proceeds from ticket sale.
“Baseball fans are stuck with expensive and unusable tickets for unplayable games in the midst of this economic crisis .
Under the pretext of `postponing’ games, at the directive of MLB, teams and ticket merchants are refusing to issue refunds for games which are not going to be played as scheduled — if ever .
The defendants continue to retain enormous profits from tickets sold for the 2020 MLB season at the expense of fans’ financial hardship.”.
The suit is being brought under California’s Consumer Legal Remedies Act and Unfair Competition Law and alleges claims of civil conspiracy. »